Nickel Creek

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Nickel Creek - This Side This Side
Bluegrass New - LP 3941 Sugar Hill
Sealed 2011 Record Store Day 2LP Gatefold Release Of Their 2002 CD Only Album. First Time Issued On Vinyl. “This Side, Nickel Creek's Sophomore Release, Finds Bandmembers Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, And Sean Watkins Out Of Their Teens And Into Their Twenties After Playing Together For 12 Years. The Southern California Band's Self-Titled Debut Received Wide Critical Acclaim For Welding Jazz, Rock, And Classical Music To A Bluegrass Base. But This Side Solidifies Nickel Creek's Position As The Single Most Original And Inventive Bluegrass Band To Emerge In The Early '00s. Hardcore Bluegrass Fans Wary Of Experimentation Or Even Progressive Bluegrass May Scoff At This Claim. But, When It Comes Down To It, The Gorgeous, Open Production By Alison Krauss Gives Nickel Creek's Guitars, Mandolins, And Fiddles The Space To Dance Through Sparkling And Genuine Arrangements. Covers Of Everything From Pavement's Rollicking Terror Twilight Highlight, "Spit On A Stranger," To Carrie Newcomer's Scathing Folk "Should've Known Better" To The Traditional "House Carpenter" Are Given Elegant And Unique Twists. Plus, Thile And The Watkins Siblings' Originals, Like The Sleepy, Subtle "Speak" And The Darker "Beauty And The Mess," Easily Outdo The Likes Of Folk-Rockers Dave Matthews And Hootie & The Blowfish, While Forging A New Style To Rejuvenate A Genre That Has Always Been A Bit Of A Dark Horse. It's Decidedly More Pop Than Post-Rock-Gone-Folk Outfits Like Papa M, David Grubbs, Palace, And Miighty Flashlight, And Lacks The Rock & Roll Flash Of Ryan Adams. But Nickel Creek's Music Is Endlessly Rewarding Nonetheless, And Accessible To Just About Everyone.” - Charles Spano, AMG... more details
 
Nickel Creek - Nickel Creek Nickel Creek
Bluegrass New - LP 3909 Sugar Hill
Sealed 2011 Record Store Day 2LP Gatefold Release Of 2000 Debut Album. First Time Issued On Vinyl. “Few Artists Will Offer The Story Of A Lighthouse, Sung In The First Person, But Nickel Creek Has A Flair For The Unusual. "The Lighthouse's Tale," Is But One Of A Dozen Good Reasons To Enjoy This Self-Titled Release. Produced By Alison Krauss, It Features An Eclectic Collection Of Material, Original And Borrowed. Highlights Include The Instrumentals "Ode To A Butterfly," "Robin And Marian," And "Pastures New." Perhaps Most Striking, Though, Are The Evocative Vocals, Particularly On "Out Of The Woods" And The Band's Cover Of "When You Come Back Down" Written By Tim O'Brien And Danny O'Keefe. Nickel Creek, The Group And Album, Are Altogether Exhilarating.” - William Ashford, AMG... more details
 
Nickel Creek - Why Should The Fire Die? Why Should The Fire Die?
Bluegrass New - LP SUG-LP-3990 Sugar Hill
Sealed 2011 Record Store Day 2LP Gatefold Release Of 2005 Album. First Time Issued On Vinyl. Not The Current Reissue.... more details
 

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